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Jay made the most fantastic baked chicken breast strips and potatoes.

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Chicken stir-fry.

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Picking up a pie from a local joint on the way home from work this evening. I have not figured out the type yet, but I've plenty of time.

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Heat dog and cat are regularly consumed in many cultures. Usually the poorer the culture the more diverse what the people will consume to survive. Parrots, and lizards are consumed regularly in South America as well as guinea pigs. In Asia there is not much that is not consumed. Even here many Americans survived on meats that most people turn their noses up at. During the depression many families survived on the wild game and that included doves and pigeons, and yes dogs and cats.

If we ever have another depression folks had better watch their pets carefully. A pet cat or dog area lot easier to catch than most game.

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M I have dozens of roosters here I assure none of mine are castrated. A castrated rooster is called a capon.

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Heat, in most countries roosters are consumed regularly. Hens are raised for eggs and excess roosters are culled. When the hens slow down production they are then culled also.

Usually hatching is a 50/50 mix of roosters to hens so most hatcheries here grind the little buggers into dog food. Usually upon shipment a good number of male chicks are shipped free with pullets to help keep the pullets warm. Some farms cull the male chicks and use them for feed others raise them up for stew meat. Actually they are very good cooked other ways if the cook knows how to prepare them.

Many times castrated males are sold through butcher shops these are called capons. The castration takes place when they are very young and they have little traits to cocks when full grown.

Many of the immigrant communities prefer roosters for traditional meals as that is what they are used to. The meat has a fuller flavor, thighs and legs are very dark compared to supermarket chicken. The dark meat has a very rich flavor missing from Cornish mix chickens.

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why would any sane person think that eating a domestic bird raised for consumption be likened to eating either a dog or a cat? I am curious to hear your reasoning? My grandparents who both owned farms used them for soups and such, the only reason they didn't use them any other way was for the tougher meat. But not because they were like a cat or a dog. Unless you think they are raised for the barbaric sport of cock fighting. and are therefore althletes I could suppose some areas of the country have a backwards mentality like that.

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well Techinically a Rooster is a Rooster, and a Chicken in a Chicken. yes they are both fowl and of the same species. This I was educated about when we bought Our first chickens and I called our roosters chickens.... Honestly to me they are all the same except for the sex. although I would tend to think the rooster would be a tougher and gamier tasting meat, this I base from seeing how the two different animals act, from our own Flock of birds.

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Seems many think that NY state consists of just the five boroughs.... I can attest that the fact is far from true. I have quite a few relatives who still have an assortment of farms.... including dairy. SO yes I know the difference , as well I know that you do not want to drink the milk from single uttered cow either it is a bit thick

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Ok what makes it a rooster Vs chicken? I am curious....

BTW I know the difference between a rooster and a chicken LOL

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